Six fluorescent five-meter long tubes float in the air, in a tensioned balance. In this work, Jean-Pierre David revisits the principle of tensegrity, while Christian Thellier digitally reinterprets the electronic hesitations of the fluorescent tube, both telling the history of the neon, each in his own way.
Jean-Pierre David developed artistic projects which explore the idea of flight and that of floating. Jean-Pierre David and Caroline Frimat created Aérosculpture in 1998, a name under which they have created various projects and installations exhibited throughout the world.
Author: Aérosculpture / Jean-Pierre David (FR)